Student life in London
London is a one of the world’s most culturally diverse cities, so there’s plenty of choice if you want to eat out or grab a takeaway. You can go for a tongue-tingling curry on Brick Lane or head to Soho and Islington for some great cafes and restaurants. When the weather’s warm you can enjoy a picnic in one of London’s many parks.
You can shop till you drop in Oxford Street but the many London markets are also great places to pick up anything from vintage clothes to locally produced fruit and vegetables. To pick up some bargains head to the famous Spitalfields, Camden Market and Borough Market.
Students can have the best nightlife in London. There’s some great clubs - cheesy tunes and fancy dress at Club de Fromage, and indie nights at Club NME, KOKO and Covent Garden’s Los Locos, to name just a few. If you’re planning to dance ‘til dawn in a super-club, the “Ministry of Sound” and Fabric are a couple of great options.
Top places to visit
If you’re a culture vulture, then you won’t be disappointed by the Southbank and a visit to the Tate Modern. Entry is free to all of London’s major museums and art galleries, and students can also get reduced theatre tickets to see some of the top West End shows. If you're keen to do some cheap sightseeing, the number 4 bus is a good one to catch. It goes past Waterloo, the Houses of Parliament, St Paul's Cathedral and The Barbican.
Student accommodation in London
To help you make the most of all this lively city has to offer, our nine student properties are ideally placed across London. All of our student rooms offer fantastic transport links across the capital, making them a perfect base for students studying in one of the many universities here. Some of the best bars, eateries and attractions in the country are on your doorstop and you will be truly spoilt for choice. Find out more about our student accommodation in London and book a room today.